[BHS Etree] BULLETIN: Student Daily Bulletin, Jan. 8-10 (Mon-Wed)
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Thu Jan 11 09:27:45 PST 2018
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Here is a compilation of the BHS morning announcements from January 8-10, 2018.
Morning Sports Report
In weekend sports action, the girls freshman soccer team<http://www.maxpreps.com/high-schools/berkeley-yellowjackets-(berkeley,ca)/girls-freshman-soccer-winter/home.htm> won another doubleheader, this time defeating Concord and Bishop O'Dowd. Their next game is on the road against Heritage High School on January 20, and the girls varsity and JV soccer teams play again on the road in Oakland against Bishop O'Dowd.
The boys varsity basketball team<http://www.maxpreps.com/high-schools/berkeley-yellowjackets-(berkeley,ca)/basketball/home.htm> traveled to Stockton on Saturday and brought back a win against Brookside Christian. Their next game is Wednesday night in Hayward against Mt. Eden High School.
Also on Wednesday, Jacket Sports fans can cheer on the following teams at home: the boys varsity and JV soccer teams<http://www.maxpreps.com/high-schools/berkeley-yellowjackets-(berkeley,ca)/soccer-winter/home.htm>, who will host rival Bishop O'Dowd at Jacket Stadium; the girls freshman, JV and varsity basketball teams<http://www.maxpreps.com/high-schools/berkeley-yellowjackets-(berkeley,ca)/girls-basketball/home.htm>, who will welcome Encinal in the Donahue Gym. Admission is charged for all basketball and soccer games, but students with ASB stickers can into all regular season home games for free!
Attention 9th Graders
Freshmen: we want you to do your best as we approach your first ever set of final exams and projects. Link Leaders are hosting Cocoa and Cram, an after school tutoring session with FREE hot chocolate and cookies. If you are in 9th grade, head to room D-219, across from the College & Career Center, Monday through Thursday of this week for Cocoa and Cram.
Attention Seniors: The YMCA PG&E Teen Center<https://ymcacba.org/index.php/locations/teen-center> is sponsoring a Scholarship Expo on Saturday, January 20, from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm at the Teen Center, which is on the corner of Martin Luther King and Center Street. The event is free and open to the public. The purpose of the event is to provide underrepresented Bay Area high school students with the opportunity to learn about upcoming scholarships and summer programs as well as network with representatives from these organizations and institutions. No RSVP is required.
Special Bell Schedule This Thursday
On Thursday, January 11th, all 2nd period teachers will give the semi-annual BHS Student Survey in lieu of the announcements. The bell schedule will be adjusted so that all classes will be 6 minutes shorter on that day, and lunch will begin later than usual. The data collected through this survey will help us better understand and measure our students' evolving experience in our classrooms and on our campus. The special bell schedule<https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Kaddaz3M92JZGFdaEgV5tIfHl0hr5sNq/view?usp=sharing> has been distributed to all students and staff, and will be posted around campus as a reminder.
The Berkeley High Yearbook Staff would like to inform you of an opportunity to purchase advertising space in our 2017-2018 yearbook. There are a number of things that can be done with the available spreads; in previous years, many families have created spotlights for their seniors, pages of positive affirmation, or designed spreads filled with inspirational and motivational words.
The ad spaces vary in price, according to the chosen size, ranging from $60 for an eighth of a page in black-and-white to $180 for an entire page in full-color. If you are interested, please visit www.yearbookordercenter.com<http://www.yearbookordercenter.com> and enter the code number 16356 to be directed to the Berkeley High ordering page. Next, click "Buy a Yearbook Ad".
If you would like to consult a member of the yearbook staff for contribution or feedback regarding your design, members of the yearbook staff are available to meet with you after school. Additionally, our representatives are available for clarification purposes as needed.
P.S. Yearbook prices have increased to $75. Last year, we sold out. Don't delay, buy your yearbook today!
Spring Sports Information
Registration for spring sports is now open!
Teams include badminton, baseball, softball, boys volleyball, boys golf, boys tennis, boys and girls crew, boys and girls diving, boys and girls swimming, boys and girls track & field, and boys and girls lacrosse.
Tryouts begin on February 5. Before you tryout, you must complete registration on the FamilyID website<https://www.familyid.com/organizations/berkeley-high-school>, which includes uploading a current and valid physical. Once your registration is complete, the Athletic Director's office will review your physical, registration and Semester 1 GPA. You must have a Semester 1 GPA of 2.0 or higher to try out for spring sports.
For more information, visit the BHS website and click on the Athletics tab<https://docs.google.com/document/d/1doABPF6qiukRNU_xyvPhyQA6E-2E5XXsABujayH9mCQ/edit>.
Join the Jacket newspaper<http://www.berkeleyhighjacket.com/>! We are currently looking to hire columnists for the Spring semester. Apps can be found on berkeleyhighjacket.com/applications<http://berkeleyhighjacket.com/applications>, and are due on January 26th. Please email Maayan Ziv at bhsjacketapplications at gmail.com<mailto:bhsjacketapplications at gmail.com> with any questions.
Dance Production 2018
It's that time! Dance Production 2018 debuts this Friday, January 12, at 7:00 in the Little Theater. Tickets are only $5 for students, and $12 general admission. You can also catch the show on January 13, 19 and 20.
Student Club Spotlight
Hi BHS! Do you like Biology? If so, please come to the Biology Club's next meeting today at lunch in room G-307 to explore and learn more about biology.
Improv Team Debut
Come see live improvisation Thursday at 3:45 in the Drama Room featuring BHS' first ever improv team, Room for Improvement. The free show is in room A-203 today and every Thursday until the end of time!
The next opportunity for students to purchase discounted BART tickets will be Wednesday and Thursday of this week. On those days, you can visit the Parent Resource Center, room D-224, and purchase a $32 value ticket for only $16. Only cash is accepted. Tickets will arrive by the end of the month.
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